Abu Dhabi, UAESunday 5 July 2020

Standstill traffic on Monday after Abu Dhabi road accidents

Vehicles were bumper to bumper on Sheikh Zayed and Al Maqta bridges

New radars have been installed in Dubai to crackdown on motorists who fail to obey traffic rules. Stephen Lock / The National.
New radars have been installed in Dubai to crackdown on motorists who fail to obey traffic rules. Stephen Lock / The National.

Abu Dhabi saw standstill traffic on Monday morning as accidents held up vehicles on both main bridges.

Google Maps recorded several accidents on the road to Al Maqta bridge. Police have been contacted for confirmation.

Weckert was able to hack Google Maps by wheeling 99 smartphones through the streets, tricking the app into thinking there was a traffic jam. Google Maps
Weckert was able to hack Google Maps by wheeling 99 smartphones through the streets, tricking the app into thinking there was a traffic jam. Google Maps

Vehicles were bumper to bumper on both Sheikh Zayed and Al Maqta bridges with heavy traffic on the island and off-island side.

Updated: November 18, 2019 08:44 AM

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